Croatia's Dalmatian coast

The Krka flotilla takes you on a weeklong coastal sailing holiday along Croatia’s famous Dalmatian coast. With blue skies, warm weather and line-of-sight sailing, this Croatian sailing holiday treats you to the medieval towns, national parks and deserted coves Croatia is famous for.

You’ll call at paradise islands, waterside restaurants and white sand beaches as you head for magnificent Krka National Park, experiencing the best of Croatia with your new flotilla companions.

Krka itinerary

7
Days

Highlights

  • Krka National Park
  • Dalmatian capital Split
  • Peaceful fishing villages
  • Easy, line-of-sight sailing
  • Delightful Croatian cuisine
  • Explore tiny islets and atolls
Day 1

Marina Agana

The day's sailing

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Marina Agana, Croatia

Marina is a typically fetching Croatian fishing village, comprised of traditional white stone homes set around a sparkling marina Agana. In easy reach of the historic harbour town of Trogir and the Dalmatian capital of Split (Trogir is 10 minutes away by taxi, Split 40 minutes), Marina is the perfect location for exploring the Adriatic. Provision up and prepare for an exciting voyage towards Krka National Park.

Discover Marina Agana

A secluded swim

Check out the beaches to the east of the town for a quiet, pre-departure swim.

Day 2

Marina Agana to Maslinica, Šolta

The day's sailing

10
Nautical miles
2 hr
Sailing time

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Maslinica (Šolta) Croatia

Swing west out of the bay at Agana and embark on your first day of sailing. You’ll pass the islands of Drvenik Veli and Drvenik Mali to your starboard side, eventually arriving in the picture-perfect harbour town of Maslinica. Head for the nearby beaches and bathing platforms ideal for a refreshing dip or explore the shops for wine, honey, schnapps and other local products.

Discover Maslinica

Krknjasi, Croatia

Suggested lunch spots

Anchor in the crystal clear waters of Krknjasi blue lagoon and you’ll be treated to a true island paradise. Explore the small coves and sandy seabed or relax on the beach with a picnic.

Day 3

Maslinica to Kaprije

The day's sailing

40
Nautical miles
6.5 hr
Sailing time

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From Maslinica you’ll swing out into the Adriatic, keeping the islands of Drvenik Veli and Drvenik Mali and the small atolls around Arkanđel Island to your starboard side. Navigate around the countless tiny islets and atolls that characterise the Dalmatian Coast. You’ll arrive in Kaprije just in time to enjoy a drink in a waterside bar.

Discover Prvič Luka

Primošten, Croatia

Suggested lunch spots

Call at the unique island of Primošten for a traditional Dalmatian meal in a waterside konoba.

Day 4

Kaprije to Skradin

The day's sailing

25
Nautical miles
5 hr
Sailing time

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Krka National Park, Croatia

Aim your bow east until you reach the mouth of the Krka River. Sail upriver and bask in some of Croatia’s most spectacular scenery on the way to picturesque Skradin. Skradin is known as the gateway to the Krka Falls National Park for good reason, and from here you can take a National Park boat further inland to view the spectacular falls themselves. Krka National Park is a network of lakes, rivers and waterfalls that represent some of the most spectacular scenery in all of Croatia—this is an opportunity not to be missed.

Discover Skradin

peka food

Traditional Croatian peka

Skradin is a great place to try the traditional Croatian delicacy Peka. Peka involves cooking vegetables, meat and fish under an iron lid heaped with embers. Many local konoba serve this traditional dish, though you’ll need to order in advance.

Suggested lunch spots

Šibenik is a great place to stop for a bite to eat. This pretty riverside town has a number of fine restaurants where you can enjoy traditional Dalmatian dishes and great views.

Day 5

Free sailing day

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The free sailing day is your opportunity to set your own agenda and explore the Adriatic on your own or with a small group of friends. Choose to spend the day further exploring Krka National Park—one day barely seems enough, after all—or sail to the nearby islands of Zlarin, Tijat and Zmajan. Make the most of your free sailing day and take in the peaceful beauty of the Šibenik region.

Day 6

Rogoznica

The day's sailing

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Rogoznica, Croatia

Meet up with your flotilla friends in the large, sheltered harbour of Rogoznica in time for a drink in a waterside bar. Purchase fresh fish directly from the local fishing boats as they arrive in port each morning or get to know your flotilla companions over a pivo (beer).

Discover Rogoznica

See out the Dragon’s Eye

If you’re feeling adventurous then take a walk inland to the Dragon’s Eye Lake—a steep-sided saltwater lake and a popular cliff jumping spot.

Krknjasi, Croatia

Suggested lunch spots

Call at Drvenik Veli Island and moor in the stunning Krknjaši Lagoon, enjoying a packed lunch as the sun sparkles on the pale blue water.

Day 7

Rogoznica to Marina Agana

The day's sailing

17
Nautical miles
5.5 hr
Sailing time

To be used as a guide only. Based on suggested sailing lanes and average wind speed for area.

Suggested activities

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Marina Agana, Croatia

On the last day of your Krka flotilla holiday, you’ll depart Rogoznica for Marina. Sail north from Rogoznica, keeping the small atolls around Arkanđel Island to your port side, then turn east when you reach Drvenik Mali, skirting the headland until you arrive back at marina Agana. Spend your last evening chatting with your flotilla friends in one of the many waterside restaurants or sip a cocktail as the sun sets.